Sharing hope for the abused through resilience and empowerment.
“Abuse is an epidemic. I am passionate about helping survivors to learn resilience and empowerment. Therefore reversing the cycle of abuse. I want to help others find their light and heal their wounded souls. There is hope!”
Our Mission Statement
To empower individuals who have been impacted by abuse in all its forms. To transform our culture of abuse by educating, inspiring and empowering a global community to be resilient, reversing the cycle of abuse and sharing a movement to create real change one person at a time.
Volunteer, donate, sponsor or attend our events! There are many ways you can participate in the movement to end child abuse. Spreading awareness is part of our mission, and we welcome your support.
The Speak LOUD podcast about finding your voice even in the most difficult of circumstances. Encouraging others to Speak UP and Speak LOUD against Abuse. It features our founder, Tiffany Barnes
Whatever you’re going through, there are people who want to help. Whether you are a victim of past abuse, know of abuse taking place or currently experiencing abuse yourself, you are NOT alone.
SHARE is committed to ending child abuse and the traumatic effects it has on individual lives, families, communities and nations. Education, awareness and empowerment are the keys to ending the cycle.
In the Press
All on her own - College is next for senior who left home at age 13
Her friends are eager to graduate and leave home, to be on their own for the first time in their lives. Won’t it be great?
After escaping abuse, a woman gives back in time for Christmas
When people meet Tiffany Barnes, they have no idea how far she has come.
Torchbearers embody spirit of the Olympics
Tiffany Barnes, 19, who became a straight-A student, Sterling scholar, athlete and musician in high school — all without parents.
‘How a survivor of abuse is now sharing her story to help others’ Fox 13 News
S.H.A.R.E was originally started by founder Tiffany Barnes while in high school at the age of 16 years old.
After escaping abuse and being legally emancipated from her parents at age 15, Tiffany decided it was time for her to help others take a stand against abuse like she had.
S.H.A.R.E. originally started as a support group in her local high school.
Tiffany became passionate in helping her peers to realize they weren’t alone in their suffering.
At the time S.H.A.R.E stood for Students Helping the Abused React and Empower.
The quaint group of less than 10 kids gathered after school to do their homework together, encourage each other, be a listening ear in times of need, or simply a shoulder to cry on.
The purpose of the support group was to create a space where Tiffany’s peers could feel safe, supported and most importantly empowered.
10 years later that little support group of less than 10 kids gained so much momentum it became a 501(c)3 non-profit. Now supporting men, women and children across the state of Utah.
S.H.A.R.E. Now stands for Sharing Hope for the Abused through Resilience and Empowerment.
S.H.A.R.E assists abuse survivors in learning how to become resilient and empowered therefore reversing the cycle of abuse.